How about pictures from our day at Regent's Park?
Negotiations continued into the night.
Londoners spilled all over the lawn at Regent's Park.
Regent's Park kept delivering spaces like this, a sub-garden just off of a piece just off of the main garden.
bunny_hugger bringing the news of our pinball league to the good people at a 150-year-old subway station. Could also be used for her album cover.
I hope you liked. Given that, let me list the humor blog entries of the past week, in case you missed those:
- The Story Of Anyone’s Life, some thoughts about writing biographies.
- Oh, I Don’t Know about this trivia board that challenged my imagination.
- Captioned: Elevators of the 24th Century featuring a screenshot from I don't remember which episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
- Why I Am Not Learning About The History Of Socks and I think you'll agree with my reasons.
- Robert Benchley: The Brow-Elevation in Humor, a book review that spins into an argument that people are not so dumb as they're assumed to be.
- Statistics Saturday: What Warren Buffett Is Warning Americans About, in which I courageously make fun of the clickbait industry.
- Popeye On Another Roller Coaster, in color and sounding weird.
- Things I Learned From 1950s Science Fiction, at least as it appeared on the radio.
Trivia: Seventy Martian craters, ranging in ssize from 4.8 to 120 kilometers in diameter, were visible in photographs 5 through 15 of Mariner 4. Source: On Mars: Exploration of the Red Planet 1958 - 1978, Edward Clinton Ezell, Linda Neuman Ezell. NASA SP-4212.
Currently Reading: Stealing the Elf-King's Roses, Diane Duane.
PS: At The Home Field, about the probability of that thing a few days ago when all fifteen home teams won.